Made for $50,000, One Life Stand was the first ever UK digital feature and the best reviewed British independent film of 2000. Adventures In DV goes behind the scenes to reveal how it was made and why it became an inspiration to a new generation of independent filmmakers. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: One Life Stand, digital movie, Gary Lewis, Maureen Carr, John Kielty, documentary, making of,...
On my first trip to Arizona I stopped at Picacho Peak State Park, somewhere between Tucson and Phoenix. I got out of the truck to take a couple of pictures and instantly I ran into trouble: the dreaded Jumping Cholla, aka the "Teddy Bear" Cholla. I only know now that it was the Jumping Cholla. This cactus has a rap sheet a mile long; just check Google for the horror stories. It's real. And what happened to me has happened to others. Seriously. There is incredible potty mouth in this... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: desert, cactus, flora, arizona, travel, humor, southwest, arizona
A junkyard Zombie stalks an innocent grave robber in this DV Horror/Comedy from the warped minds at Nine Volt Digital Cinema. 2004 ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Zombies, Muffins, Nine Volt Digital Cinema, Sugar
Official Star Wars parody from Spite Your Face Productions, produced for The Lego Group. The stop-motion animated short presents an 'alternative' version of the events which follow Han Solo's capture in The Empire Strikes Back. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: LEGO, brickfilm, star wars, sci-fi, stop motion, parody, comedy, animation
Written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, this horror film depicts a strange family, complete with insanity and axe murders. This film scared the hell out of me as a kid. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: horror, Francis Ford Coppola
"Middle-aged farmer goes to extreme lengths to protect the dark secret associated with a deserted house on his property. Murky psychological thriller with resonant settings and an emotive Miklos Rozsa score." - noir expert Spencer Selby ( 23 reviews ) Topics: Thriller, Film-Noir, Mystery